Do not worry! We are not going to ask you to spend huge amount of money to buy the best branded suits available in the market or go through those thousands of men fashion magazines to figure out what’s trending. Fortunately for you, men’s fashion is actually quite straight forward. Putting together a few color combinations, fabrics and patterns, you can have an outfit for yourself that would look professional, stylish and tasteful.
We have compiled a list of outfits that you can choose among for your next interview. Browse through the options and see what would suit your persona the best.
It’s absolutely common to not know about the dress code of the place you are going at for the interview. So, go with the basic dress code – if you have applied for a non-professional position or startup you can go for a business casual look, otherwise be professionally dressed up.
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A well fitted grey sports coat or blazer would work perfectly in both business casual and business formal environments. Pair it up with a dark colored shirt and tie. Put in a layer of cardigan too and you would have a stylish and modern look that would be apt for your workplace also.
2.Khaki Blazer and Pants
If you are not sure if the dress code acceptable at the company where you are going to would be formals or casuals, then it is best to find a middle ground with a khaki pants and coordinating blazer.
Pair it up with a subtle shirt with a shade of pink or blue and wear it without the tie. It would be your savior as it bestrides the boundary between business formals and business casuals.
3.A Sweater and Collared Shirt
If you want to go a bit easy and comfortable with your outfit, then go for a layer of sweat with a collared shirt. A navy sweater is always the most dependable choice as you can pair it up with a shirt of any color. Be it white, yellow, pink, green or light blue, there is hardly any color that doesn’t go well with navy blue.
You can pair it up with grey chinos, khaki or even a pair of dark washed jeans and it would look perfect for a place like startup where wearing a business formal can make you look odd on out in the office premises.
Be it experimenting with the textures and colors of your outfit or playing around with the patterns of your tie, whatever you choose to wear just make sure that it fits you properly (which is why we recommend you to have your business formals and business casuals tailor made) and it should be properly ironed. Wear something that makes you feel confident and you are sure to leave an impression that would last.